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Charlotte's Web Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 – Good Progress Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary - Good Progress

Charlotte works through the night, spinning the new word in her web, keeping herself amused by giving herself encouragement. In the morning, Lurvy finds Wilbur standing under the "Terrific" web, and again fetches Mr. Zuckerman. They alert the papers to another "miracle," and soon admirers again surround Wilbur's pen. Zuckerman tells Lurvy to fill Wilbur's pen with clean, bright straw instead of cow manure; he also says to prepare a crate in which to carry Wilbur to the Fair.

Meanwhile, Templeton is searching around the dump for new words for Charlotte's web. He brings back "crunchy" and "pre-shrunk," both of which she dismisses - but "radiant," his third word, is a winner. She asks Wilbur to dance and jump around, to see if he really is "radiant" in action. Charlotte says she's not sure it's exactly radiant, but it is interesting; Wilbur...

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